King County Search Dogs
KCSD is an all-volunteer unit of the King County Search and Rescue Association
Please call 911 if you have a search emergency
King County Search Dog News
Well not really hiring as we are an all-volunteer non-profit, but King County Search Dogs has started its 2017 membership drive and will be accepting applications for new dog handlers and support specialists for the first time in two years. If you would like to learn more about working with KCSD please come along to one of our public information meetings: Monday March 20th, 7-8 PM Luther […]
K9 Oso and his handler Heather passed the KCSD airscent pre-test on Saturday finding both his ‘subjects’ in less than 90 minutes. The team is now available for missions within King County. Oso is an expert locksmith/escape artist as well as an up-and-coming search dog and is named after Oso, Washington where Heather participated in the search activities after the tragic 2014 landslide.
The Issaquah Times has a great write-up on the King County Search Dogs that describes many facets of the unit’s mission and training activities. It features Issaquah-resident Joan and her dog Artoo and includes a gallery of wonderful photos from one of our Wednesday evening training sessions.